How High Can Ducks Fly?

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Wild ducks are very capable of flying. Domesticated breeds are less able to fly as their body weight is much heavier and wings too small, as they are selectively bred for meat. Even though some breeds of domesticated ducks can still fly.
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They have wings and huge breast muscles which enable them to gain enough thrust and lift to get up into the air.
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Ducks are able to fly but domesticated breeds are less capable to fly since their body weight is heavier. More so, wild ducks are very able to fly as they are not kept in a restrictive environment for their meat.
Most breeds of ducks can fly. However, the domestic duck such as a Mallard can not fly. It is considered highly hunted by land predators because these ducks can not fly. Most other ducks can fly.
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